Mumbai, Sep 3 (IANS) Calling her father actor Shakti Kapoor a “superhero” on his 57th birthday on Thursday, “Ek Villain” actress Shraddha Kapoor hopes he grows younger!
“Happy birthday Baapu!!! #MySuperHero. Here’s to growing younger and crazier,” Shraddha tweeted along with a photograph of herself and Shakti with their mouth and eyes wide open.
Mostly known for playing negative characters in films like “Himmatwala” and Hero”, the “Andaz Apna Apna” actor is also popular for his comic skills.
Soha’s ‘rewarding’ experience with Sunny Deol
Actress Soha Ali Khan, who will also be seen in “Ghayal Once Again”, which is a sequel of 1990 film “Ghayal”, says it was wonderful to work with an actor as dedicated as Sunny Deol.
Talking about her experience of working with Sunny, who has directed and plays the lead role in “Ghayal Once Again”, Soha said: “It was mind-blowing, because I have never interacted with him personally before and on this film… it was intense and it was a very emotional experience.
“He is very emotional about this film as well because it means a lot to him as it’s a sequel to ‘Ghayal’, and he is the director, producer and lead actor in the film. It was very rewarding to work with him.”
Armaan Malik croons a ‘heart-wrenching song’
Singer Armaan Malik has sung a reprise version of “Khwaahishein” song from Madhur Bhandarkar’s forthcoming film “Calendar Girls”.
“Khwaahishein” is “a heart-wrenching song that speaks about what struggles and obstacles one has to tackle on the road to their dreams”, the singer described the song.
“My approach to this song was to keep the essence of the melody and the lyrics as intimate as possible, so that the listeners get attached immediately.
“A song like this has to be bare and sombre in its approach, and that is exactly what has translated on the final track,” Armaan said in a statement.